Fall 2000 Trade Paperback List
Edited by Laurele Riippa
Compiled by Lynn Andriani, Dena Croog, Cindi DiMarzo, -- 8/14/00
Hubble Space Telescope: New Views of the Universe (Oct., $19.95) by Mark Voit contains poster-size images of Hubble nebulae, emerging stars and other celestial phenomena. Astronomy Book Club main.
ALLEN & UNWIN
(dist. by IPG)
Science Myth or Magic?: A Struggle for Existence (Oct., $15.95) by S. Anthony Barnett debunks popular myths about science.
Reprint: The Code Book: The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography (Sept., $14) by Simon Singh.
The Facts on File Dictionary of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, New Edition (Dec.; $17.95, cloth $40) by Mark L. Steinberg and Sharon D. Cosloy. More than 1600 entries list current research on agriculture, biochemistry, DNA testing and more.
How to Ace the Rest of Calculus: The Street Wise Guide, Including Multi-Variable Calculus (Oct., $14.95) by Colin C. Adams, J l Hass and Abigail Thompson is a study guide for second-semester calculus.
Reprint: Legal Alchemy: The Use and Misuse of Science in Law (Oct., $14.95) by David L. Faigman.
Reprint: Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution (Oct., $12.50) by Kenneth R. Miller.
The Best American Science Writing 2000 (Dec.; $14, cloth $27.50), edited by James Gleick, is the first volume in an annual series. 50,000 first printing.
Reprint: Genome: The Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters (Feb., $14) by Matt Ridley.
Science & Christianity: Four Views (Oct., $15.99), edited by Richard Carlson, provides perspectives on the relationship between science and Christian faith.
The Devil's Flu: The World's Deadliest Influenza Epidemic and the Scientific Hunt for the Virus that Caused It (Oct., $14) by Pete Davies tells the story of the 1918 pandemic and the subsequent search for its cause.
Reprint: The Blood Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine (Oct., $13) by Frank Huyler, M.D. Author tour.
The Best American series includes The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2000 (Oct.; $13, cloth $27.50), edited by Burkhard Bilger and guest editor David Quammen, an assemblage of pieces that first appeared in such periodicals as National Geographic, Science and the New Yorker.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Quest for the African Dinosaurs: Ancient Roots in the Modern World (Sept., $17.95) by Louis Jacobs.
Geology Underfoot in Central Nevada (Oct., $16) by Richard L. Orndorff, Robert Weider and Harry Filkorn identifies 21 driving and walking tours in Central Nevada.
Reprint: The Pleasure of Finding Things Out: The Best Short Works of Richard P. Feynman (Sept., $14).
Test Your Science IQ (Oct., $20) by Charles Cazeau introduces basic science using a q&a format.
Cloning: Responsible Science or Technomadness? (Dec., $19), edited by Michael Ruse and Aryne Sheppard, collects articles by philosophers, scientists, medical ethicists, healthcare specialists and spiritual authorities.
ROWMAN & lITTLEFIELD
The Perfect Baby: Parenthood in the New World of Cloning and Genetics, Second Edition (Sept., $16.95) by Glenn McGee includes new information on genetic testing, gene therapy, human cloning and stem-cell research.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN LIBRARY
Consciousness (Sept., $22.95) by J. Allan Hobson gives an overview of current theories on consciousness and its genesis in the brain.
SIERRA CLUB BOOKS
Made Not Born: The Brave New World of Biotechnology (Oct., $16), edited by Casey Walker, collects essays and interviews by writers, scientists, activists, theologians and ecologists.
Reprint: Flu: The Story of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Search for the Virus That Caused It (Jan., $14) by Gina Kolata.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Crossing Over: Where Art and Science Meet (Nov., $27.50) by Stephen J. Gould, photos by Rosamond Wolff Purcell. The collaborators on Finders, Keepers and Illuminations offer essays and photos on science and art.
Colorado Caves (Feb., $24.95) by Richard Rhinehart spotlights the cave systems of Colorado.
Imaginary Numbers: An Anthology of Marvelous Mathematical Stories, Diversions, P ms, and Musings (Oct., $16.95), edited by William Frucht, looks at the ways creative writers have dealt with mathematical themes.
Self-Help & Recovery
Create Your Own Luck (Sept., $9.95) by Azriela Jaffe teaches the nine principles of attracting good fortune in life, love and work.
AVE MARIA PRESS
The Good Listener (Sept., $8.95) by Rev. James E. Sullivan explains the importance of paying attention to others to offer comfort and affirmation.
Let's Elope (Jan., $TBA) by Scott Shaw and Lynn Beaham suggests ways how to tell your family and friends, and includes a guide to top elopement spots.
Reprints: Stop Depression Now: The Breakthrough Supplement That Works as Well as Prescription Drugs, in Half the Time... with No Side Effects (Sept., $12) by Richard Brown, M.D., Teodoro Bottiglieri and Carol Colman; Change Your Life: Achieve a Healthy Body (Feb., $TBA) by Becky Tirabassi.
BLUE MOUNTAIN ARTS
Friends Are Forever (Sept., $8.95) by Susan Polis Schutz and Donna Fargo gathers the authors' p ms on friendship. 100,000 first printing.
An Angel Is Born: A Story of Love, Loss and Hope (Sept., $12.95) by Johanna Elisabeth Sather serves as a reference for caregivers and grieving families. Advertising.Author tour.
BROADMAN & HOLMAN
Conquering Depression: A 30 Day Plan to Finding Happiness (Jan., $9.99) by Mark Sutton and Bruce Hennigan calls on Christian principles.
What Do Men Want? (Oct., $8.95) by Hallie Potocki collects men's responses to women's eternal questions.
Reprint: Finding True Love: The Four Essential Keys to Discovering the Love of Your Life (Feb., $13.95) by Daphne Rose Kingma.
50+ and Looking for Love Online (Sept., $12.95) by Barbara Harrison gives advice on how to attract a mate via the Internet.
Achieving Moral Health: An Exercise Plan for Your Conscience (Sept., $18.95) by Charles Shelton suggests activities that facilitate self-awareness and healthy decision-making.
Sexual Secrets for Men: What Every Woman Will Want Her Man to Know (Sept., $14.95) by Kerry Riley with Diane Riley guarantees a satisfied woman.
F&W/WALKING STICK PRESS
Bliss: Writing to Find Your True Self (Sept., $14.99) by Katherine Ramsland explains how to make wiser choices regarding career, life goals and relationships.
The Nursing Homes That Seniors Love (Jan., $14.95) by Marilyn Rantz, Lori Popejoy and Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher suggests a simple system for finding the right nursing home.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
"So What Are You Going to Do with That?": The Complete Guide to Post-Academic Careers (Jan., $15) by Susan Basalla and Maggie Debelius offers advice to Ph.D.s.
The Universal Dream Key (Feb., $15) by Patricia Garfield discusses 12 common dreams. 30,000 first printing.
Reprint: What Men Want: Three Professional Single Men Reveal to Women What It Takes to Make a Man Yours (Oct., $11) by Bradley Gerstman, Christopher Pizzo and Rich Seldes.
The Late Bloomer's Guide to Success at Any Age (Sept., $13) by Susan Sully encourages people to dream the life they want to lead. 30,000 first printing.
Why Normal Isn't Healthy: How to Find Heart, Meaning, Passion, and Humor on the Road Most Traveled (Sept., $16.95) by Bowen F. White, M.D. An organizational physician discusses laughing, misbehaving and making mistakes. $12,000 ad/promo.
Chicken Soup for the Parent's Soul (Sept.; $12.95, cloth $24) by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Kimberly Kirberger and Raymond Aaron honors all parents. 500,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Food Addiction II: A Practical Guide to Recovery (Oct., $11.95) by Kay Sheppard. An expert explains how to overcome addiction.
Making Intimate Connections: Seven Guidelines for Better Couple Communication (Oct., $15.95) by Albert Ellis and Ted Crawford includes strategies on non-blaming acceptance and mutual support.
A Sacred Sex Devotional (Oct., $12) presents a year's worth of sacred and stimulating quotations to inspire passion.
Need I Say More? (Sept., $14) by Laura Schlessinger gathers the talk show host's opinions on love, parenting, sex, anger and more.
The Astrological Guide to Seduction and Romance: How to Love a Libra, Turn on a Taurus, and Seduce a Sagittarius (Sept., $12.95) by Susan Sheppard elicits readings for romantic pairing.
Souls of My Sisters: Black Women Break Their Silence, Tell Their Stories and Heal Their Spirits (Oct., $15), edited by Dawn Marie Daniels and Candace Sandy, discusses the black female experience, on topics ranging from AIDS to money. Advertising.
KOGAN PAGE LTD.
How to Boost Your Intelligence (Sept., $14.95) by Harry Alder teaches how to exercise the brain to create new neural networks.
The Inner Art of Vegetarianism: Spiritual Practices for Body and Soul (Sept., $14.95) and The Inner Art of Vegetarianism Workbook (Nov., $15) by Carol J. Adams focus on the nonphysical aspects of being vegetarian.
The Buzz on Sex, Dating & Relationships (Oct., $16.95) by Rusty Fisher covers singles bars, personal ads, chat rooms and more. $125,000 ad/promo.
The Rating Game: Are You Doing Better or Worse in Life Than Everyone Else? (Oct., $14.95) by Les Krantz. Alphabetical lists reveal to readers how they compare with their neighbors. Radio satellite tour.
Reprint: The Biology of Success (Jan., $14.95) by Robert Arnot, M.D.
Soul Mates: Understanding Relationships Across Time (Jan., $12.95) by Richard Webster offers tips for keeping connections happy and healthy. Advertising.
Rejuvenation: Strategies for Living Younger, Longer, and Better (Feb., $14.95) by J Slate suggests ways to reverse aging of both the mind and body. Advertising.
Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry (Sept., $19.95) by Albert J. Bernstein explains how to avoid emotionally needy people.
NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
The Time of Your Life: How to Succeed at Work and in Life by Putting First What Matters Most (Feb., $12) by Jane Cleland provides advice for setting and achieving goals.
Mining the Soul: From the Inside Out (Nov., $18.95) by Robin Robertson explores dreams and techniques used to express the soul. $12,000 ad/promo.
Twenty-Minute Vacations: Quick, Affordable, and Fun "Getaways" from the Stress of Everyday Life (Oct., $12.95) by Judith Sachs suggests more than 100 ways to relax, from facials to visiting an online art gallery.
What Should I Do?: 4 Simple Steps to Making Better Decisions in Everyday Life (Sept., $13.95) by Bruce Weinstein gives advice for handling difficult situations.
Reprint: What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should): Timeless Secrets to Get Everything You Want in Love, Life and Work (Sept., $12) by Ronda Rich.
PURDUE UNIV. PRESS
Creating Moments of Joy for the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia: A Journal for Caregivers (Sept., $14.95) by Jolene Brackey is a tool for daily use.
RAGGED EDGE PRESS
Heart Cry: God's Prescription for Depression (Sept., $14.95) by David P. Armentrout offers a biblical answer to depression.
FLEMING H. REVELL
Sometimes I Wake Up Grumpy (Feb., $9.99) by Karen Linamen mixes humor, anecdotes and wisdom while teaching how to cope with relationships.
Life's Little Instruction Book from Mothers to Daughters (Sept., $6.99) by H. Jackson Brown Jr. and Kim Shea celebrates the relationship between moms and their girls.
Kokology: The Game of Self-Discovery (Oct., $10) by Tadahiko Nagao and Isamu Saito uses psychoanalytic tests to determine the reader's feelings on family, love, work and more.
Chocolate for a Woman's Blessing: 77 Heartwarming Stories of Gratitude That Celebrate the Good Things in Life (Jan., $12) by Kay Allenbaugh is the series' most recent addition.
Surviving Male Menopause (Oct., $16.95) by Jed Diamond talks about the emotional side of the phase and its effect on women.
How to Think Like Einstein (Nov., $16.95) by Scott Thorpe suggests ways to unlock creativity and discover solutions to everyday challenges.
Tell Me About It: 59 Things Not to Do When You're Looking for Love (Jan., $9.95) by Carolyn Hax. The Washington Post columnist identifies common mistakes made while searching for love. Radio satellite tour.
Supplies: A Companion Volume to The Artist's Way (Sept., $12.95) by Julia Cameron fosters creativity, authentic growth, renewal and confidence.
Creativity Without Limits (Feb., $16.95) by Michele Cassou investigates artists' inner creative processes.
Reprint: Women Can't Hear What Men Say: Destroying Myths, Creating Love (Sept., $14.95) by Warren Farrell.
Temple univ. press
Help Your Marriage Survive the Death of a Child (Nov., $18.95) by Paul C. Rosenblatt advises grieving couples and counselors on how to deal with communication, sex, parenting and blame.
Love Coach (Sept., $12.95) by Susan Quilliam explains the fundamentals of relationship-building.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Growing Yourself Back Up: Avoiding the Emotional Regression Trap and Healing the Wounds of Your Past (Jan., $14) by John Lee teaches readers how to maintain emotional maturity during difficult times.
Reprint: It's a Jungle Out There, Jane: How to Understand the Male Animal in Your Life (Oct., $13) by Joy Brown.
Would You? Questions to Challenge Your Beliefs (Oct., $11.95) by Evelyn McFarlane and James Saywell. The authors of If present thought-provoking questions on priorities, values and beliefs.
Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements (Feb., $13.95) by Arlene Dubin gives instructions on how to create a premarital agreement.
The Procrastinator's Handbook: Mastering the Art of Doing It Now (Sept.; $12, cloth $20 ) by Rita Emmett teaches how to take immediate action. First serial to Family Circleand the National Enquirer. Author tour.
Kiss My Tiara: How to Rule the World as a Smart-Mouth Goddess (Feb., $12.95) by Susan Jane Gilman is designed to help women get a life, not a husband. Advertising. 3-city author tour.
Path to the Soul (Sept., $16.95) by Ashok Bedi, M.D., utilizes Eastern and Western traditions to heal the spirit. $12,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
Three Black Skirts: All You Need to Survive (Oct., $13.95) by Anna Johnson presents hip advice on love, money, health and style. 50,000 first printing. 20-city author tour.
Fresh Jersey: Stories from an Altered State (Sept., $14.95) by Mike Kelly, a columnist for the Hackensack, N.J., Record chronicles life in America during the past decade.
Columbia Univ. Press
Marked Men: White Masculinity in Crisis (Sept., $17.50) by Sally Robinson explores the phenomenon of white men jumping on the victim bandwagon.
FACTS ON FILE
African American Quotations (Nov., $18.95), edited by Richard Newman, presents a collection of truths, insights and wisdom on the African-American experience. Advertising.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
Reprint: Sidewalk (Jan., $15) by Mitchell Duneier.
Reprint: Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man (Oct., $16) by Susan Faludi.
Harvard univ. press
The Real American Dream: A Meditation on Hope (Sept., $14) by Andrew Delbanco shows how Americans have structured their lives to make sense of the unpredictable nature of the human experience.
Widening the Circle: Inspiration and Guidance for Community Living (Nov., $17.95) by Debora Hogeland explores the delights, challenges, possibilities and heartbreaks of living with others.
Reprints: Celebration, U.S.A. (Sept., $15) by Catherine Collins and Douglas Frantz; The Time Bind: When Work Becomes Home and Home Becomes Work (Jan., $15) by Arlie Hochschild.
Bound: Living in the Globalized World (Sept.; $23.95, cloth $59) by Scott Sernau examines the trends and processes that have brought us to this new global century.
NORTHEASTERN UNIV. PRESS
Disguised as a P m: My Years Teaching P try at San Quentin (Sept., $15.95) by Judith Tannenbaum relates the author's experience with maximum-security prisoners.
Undoing Time: American Prisoners in Their Own Words (Nov.; $18.95, cloth $47.50) collects the uncensored autobiographical writings of inmates in the U.S.
(dist. by Blackwell)
Community (Jan.; $19.95, cloth $54.95) by Zygmut Bauman offers a reappraisal of the concept of "community."
Reprint: Why We Listen to What "They" Say (Oct., $14) by Douglas Rushkoff.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
The Essential Civil Society Reader (Oct., $22.95), edited by Don E. Eberly, brings the civil society debate to the forefront of American politics.
Growing Up Untouchable in India: A Dalit Autobiography (Dec., $19.95) by Vasant Moon, trans. by Gail Omvedt. A member of India's lowest caste reveals a life of poverty and struggle for reform.
Latin American Popular Culture (Sept., $21.95), edited by William H. Beezley and Linda Curcio-Nagy covers Latin American dance, cooking, art, carnivals, music, romance, monuments, medicine and humor. Ad/promo.
Reprint: Comrades: Brothers, Fathers, Her s, Sons, Pals (Sept., $11) by Stephen E. Ambrose.
Reprints: Everyday Racism (Oct., $14.95) by Annie S. Barnes; Now That You're Out of the Closet, What About the Rest of the House (Oct., $14.95) by Linda Handel.
Culture and the Radical Conscience (Sept., $24.95) by Eugene Goodheart recognizes the moral and cultural roots of radical utopian tradition while deploring its tendency toward intolerance and narrowness.
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS
Reprint: The Boiler Room and Other Telephone Sales Scams (Sept., $14.95) by Robert J. Stevenson.
UNIV. OF MICHIGAN
Is Social Security Broke?: A Cartoon Guide to the Issues (Oct., $15.95) by Barbara R Bergmann and Jim Bush addresses social security concerns.
How to Be Human*: *Though an Economist (Nov., $16.95) by Deirdre N. McCloskey is for those who are interested in economics but are not taken in by the "boys' game."
UNIV. OF NEW MEXICO
Behind Painted Walls: Incidents in Southwestern Archaeology (Sept.; $19.95, cloth $35) by Florence C. Lister chronicles the discovery and preservation of kiva murals in five ancestral pueblo settlements.
UNIV. OF OKLAHOMA
Reprint: Native North America (Oct., $12.95) by Larry J. Zimmerman and Brian Leigh Molyneaux.
UNIV. OF UTAH
The First South Americans: The Peopling of a Continent from the Earliest Evidence to High Culture (Nov., $25) by Daniele Lavallee, trans. by Paul G. Bahn, presents evidence of early human presence on the continent.
Reprint: Chronicle of the Guayaki Indians (Sep., $15) by Pierre Clastres, trans. by Paul Auster.
ALLEN & UNWIN
(dist. by IPG)
Guiding the Young Athlete: All You Need to Know (Sept., $14.95) by David Jenkins and Peter Reaburn provides a practical guide for teachers, coaches and parents.
Andrews mcmeel/stark books
Villains: The Bad Boys and Girls of Sports (Oct., $19.95) by Barry Wilner and Ken Rappaport profiles infamous athletes and sports figures. 15,000 first printing.
Football's Most Wanted: The Top Ten Book of the Game's Outrageous Characters, Fortunate Fumbles, and Other Oddities (Sept., $12.95) by Floyd Connor is an irreverent laundry list.
The Snowsh Handbook (Nov., $14.95) by Len McDougall.
COLLINS & BROWN
(dist. by Sterling)
Golf School: Everything You Need to Know About the Game and How to Play It (Sept., $24.95) by John Ledesma.
Fly-Fishing the South Atlantic Coast: Where to Find Game Fish from North Carolina's Outer Banks to the Florida Keys (Sept., $18.95) by Jimmy Jacobs. Author tour.
The Pacific Crest Trail: A Hiker's Companion (Sept., $18.95) by Karen Berger and Daniel R. Smith explores the unique plants, animals, history and landscapes of the 2,650-mile trail. Author tour.
Outdoor Life Hunting Big Game in North America (Sept., $14.95). The experts at Outdoor Life reveal their secrets for taking antlered, horned and dangerous game.
DA CAPO PRESS
Reprint: Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream--10th Anniversary Edition (Sept., $14) by H.G. Bissinger.
Salt Water Fly Fishing (Oct., $21.95) by J Brooks brings back the late saltwater fly-fishing pioneer's manual that first appeared in 1950.
Notre Dame Game Day (Sept., $19.95) by Todd Tucker helps attendees to make the most out of a Notre Dame home game football weekend.
Ultimate High: My Everest Odyssey (Oct., $13.95) by Goran Kropp with David Lagercrantz recounts one man's 7,000-mile cycling trek to Everest, his oxygen-free ascent to the summit and his grueling return trip. Ad/promo.
Globe pequot press
Ski & Snowboard America: Pacific Northwest & British Columbia (Sept., $17.95) by Santo Criscuolo covers the complete scene.
Hike America: Alabama (Oct., $17.95) by J Cuhaj contains historical and geographic points of interest, general overviews and maps.
Coleman National Forest Campground and Recreation Directory: The Complete Directory of Where to Camp in America's National Forests (Nov., $24.95).
United States Power Squadrons: The Squadron Boating Course for Power and Sail (Sept., $39.95). Produced in cooperation with the United States Coast Guard, this manual teaches the skills to earn a nationally recognized boating education certificate; boxed set includes video, paperback and map.
Reprint: Yukon Alone (Jan., $14) by John Balzar.
Key porter books
(dist. by Firefly Books)
Vince Carter (Sept., $14.95) by Bill Harris examines Carter's basketball career from high school through NBA superstardom.
Freestyle Motocross: Jump Tricks from the Pros (Oct., $19.95) by Donnie Bales and Garth Milan takes readers through the mind-bending acrobatics seen in dirt-bike competitions.
McclelLand & stewart
The All New Hockey Compendium (Nov., $16.95) by Jeff Z. Klein and Karl-Eric Reif provides hockey aficionados with a complete listing of stats for every player and team in the NHL.
Reprint: Total Gretzky: The Magic, the Legend, the Numbers (Oct., $16.95). 40,000 first printing.
Menasha ridge press
(dist. by Globe Pequot)
The Best of Paddler Magazine: Stories from the World's Premier Can ing, Kayaking, and Rafting Magazine (Sept., $14.95), edited by Eugene Buchanan, compiles stories of challenging expeditions, personal narratives, reflections and humorous vignettes.
Whitewater: The Animated Manual of Intermediate and Advanced Whitewater Technique (Oct., $14.95) by William Nealy uses a combination of coaching and humor.
Climbing: From Gym to Crag, Building Skills for Real Rock (Sept., $19.95) by S. Peter Lewis and Dan Cauthorn focuses on the safe transition from a controlled climbing environment to the outdoors. Author tour.
A Fine Kind of Madness: Mountain Adventures Tall and True (Sept., $16.95) by Laura and the late Guy Waterman explores the basic impulse to climb.
North atlantic books/frog ltd.
Zina: My Life in Women's Tennis (Sept., $14.95) by Zina Garrison with Doug Smith tells the story of Olympic gold medalist and three-time Grand Slam mixed doubles champion. Ad/promo.
w.w. norton/outside books
Trekking (Feb., $21) by David Noland allows readers to follow the footsteps of early-20th-century explorers on 20 journeys spanning six continents.
Cotton Bowl Days: Growing Up with Dallas and the Cowboys in the 1960s (Sept., $14.95) by John Eisenberg remembers one boy's love affair with a sport and a team, resulting in strong bonds to his hometown and family.
Oregon state univ. Press
Two Wheels North: Bicycling the West Coast in 1909 (Oct., $15.95) by Evelyn McDaniel Gibb describes the 54-day trek of two young men from Santa Rosa, Calif., to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle.
The Great Life: A Man's Guide to Sports, Skills, Fitness, and Serious Fun (Sept., $19), edited by Sid Evans from Men's Journal, is a manual for the modern man who believes that life should be an adventure. Ad/promo. 8-city author tour.
Trolleys and Squibs: A Golfer's Guide to Irish Links (Sept., $24.95) by Louise and Rick Miracle offers geographically balanced coverage of individual golf courses.
The Lance Armstrong Performance Program (Sept., $15.95) by Lance Armstrong and Chris Carmichael with Peter Joffre Nye presents the seven-week training program used by two-time Tour de France winner Armstrong, a cancer survivor. 25,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Reprint: The Junction Boys (Sept., $13.95) by Jim Dent.
Cruising for Seniors (Nov., $17.95) by Paul H. Keller gives advice on everything from setting up the boat to keeping healthy on board.
Sailing Language (Nov., $9.95) by Elliot Dunlap Smith and Thomas R. Moore identifies and defines sailing terms.
Hooks for the Fly (Sept., $24.95) by William E. Schmidt lists all styles of hooks by major manufacturer and cross references them by feature.
State univ. of new york press
Inside the Olympic Industry: Power, Politics, and Activism (Sept., $19.95) by Helen Jefferson Lenskyj is analysis from the perspective of those adversely affected by the impact of hosting the Olympic Games.
Three rivers press
Reprint: Baseball Letters: A Fan's Correspondence with His Her s (Sept., $13) by Seth Swirsksy.
Thunder's mouth press
Everest: Alone at the Summit (Nov., $16.95) by Stephen Venables chronicles the climb along the most challenging route to the summit of Mount Everest.
They Said It! (Sept., $10.95), edited by David Fischer, collects the best quotes by leading sports figures from the Sports Illustrated column.
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2001 (Oct., $23.95), edited by Dan Diamond, recaps the 1999-2000 season, with photos of players and club records and schedules.
Sports Illustrated 2001 Sports Almanac (Nov., $12.95) by Sports Illustrated editors details the year in sports. 100,000 first printing.
(dist. by IPG)
Fighting Fit: Boxing Workouts, Techniques and Sparring (Oct., $11.95) by Doug Werner and Alan Lachica offers a boxer's fitness regimen and expertise.
Mom's Pocket Guide to Watching Football (Sept., $12) by Linda Wong and Kailee Wong. Minnesota Vikings linebacker Kailee Wong and his mother present the essential elements of the game in a simple format. Author tour.
Fearless: Pro Hockey's Most Fearless and Feared Players (Nov., $24.99) by Murray Townsend provides photos and detailed player histories and anecdotes.
Reprint: The Eternal Summer: Palmer, Nicklaus, and Hogan in 1960, Golf's Golden Year (Oct., $14.95) by Curt Sampson.
Five-Star Girls' Basketball Drills (Nov., $14.95), edited by Stephanie Gaitley, compiles drills from girls' and womens' coaches to help young female players realize their potential.
ABBEVILLE/TOURING CLUB OF ITALY
Liguria (Feb., $16.95). This new addition to the Heritage Guide series includes illustrated itineraries, tours and maps.
London (Sept., $11.95) by Gerald Hoberman features the versatility of England's capital.
This Is Sydney ($24.95) by Wendy Moore and Walking Sydney (both Sept., $16.95) by Jeff Toghill guide visitors in Australia's best-known city.
Reprint: On Mexican Time (Jan., $13) by Tony Cohan.
Medieval and Tudor London: The Amateur Historian's Guide (Oct., $20) by Sarah Kettler and Carole Trimble offers travelers the opportunity to trace history as they explore the British Isles.
(dist. by Seven Hills)
Vancouver and Victoria: A Colourguide (Oct., $16.95), edited by Constance Brissenden, offers up-to-date information.
DAVID R. GODINE
Reprint:London Perceived (Jan., $19.95) by V.S. Pritchett, photos by Evelyn Hofer.
The Spiritual Traveler: England, Scotland, Wales (Nov., $18) is a guide to sacred sites and pilgrim routes. Advertising.
The Best American Travel Writing 2000 (Oct.; $13, cloth $27.50), guest editor, Bill Bryson; series editor, Jason Wilson. Advertising.
Romantic Weekends in the Caribbean: Lovetrippers Guide (Oct., $15.95) looks at quick escapes in the Caribbean.
Two Years in the French West Indies by Lafcadio Hearn and Old Provence by Theodore Andrea Cook (Sept., $16 each) are part of a new series, Lost and Found: Classic Travel Writing.
A Traveller's Guide to D-Dayand the Battle for Normandy by Carl Shilletto and Mike Tolhurst and A Traveller's Guide to the Battle for the German Frontier by Charles Whiting (Sept., $14.95 each) give comprehensive information on memorial sites, cemeteries and statues, how to get there and more.
Venice: A Cultural and Literary Companion (Oct., $15) by Martin Garrett is part of the new Cities of the Imagination series.
The Eye of the Fish: A Personal Archipelago (Nov., $15.95) by Luis H. Francia examines the Philippines today.
Cuba and England and Wales (Sept., $25 each) are new additions to the Knopf Guides series.
The 2001 Guide to Distinguished Restaurants of North America (Sept., $24.95). This upscale guide lists more than 400 award-winning restaurants plus locator maps.
Europe's Monastery and Convent Guesthouses: A Pilgrim's Travel Guide (Oct., $14.95) by Kevin J. Wright features more than 450 spiritual retreats in 20 countries.
On the Edge: Extreme Travel (Oct., $12.99), edited by Cecil Kuhne, follows the best travel writers through their fortunes and misfortunes off the beaten track.
Travel Photography (Nov., $16.99) by Richard I'Anson gives tips for better photos.
Guatemala (Feb., $16.99) by Conner Gorry details activities and sites off the usual tourist path.
Reprint: Europe on a Sh string, 2nd Edition (Feb., $24.99) by Scott McNeely et al.
New to the National Geographic Traveler series: Costa Rica ($22.95) by Christopher P. Baker and Japan (both Sept., $27.95) by Nicholas Bornoff.
NATIONAL TEXTBOOK COMPANY
New to the Footprint Handbooks series: Zimbabwe Handbook (Sept., $24.95) and Dominican Republic Handbook (Dec., $15.95), which include in-depth travel information, background details, money-saving tips and more.
THE O'BRIEN PRESS
(dist. by IPG)
The Golden Book: Ireland (Sept., $12.95) by Frances Power is a pictorial and historical record of the Emerald Isle.
The Mindful Traveler: A Guide to Journaling and Transformative Travel (Sept., $16.95) by Jim Currie is a guide for making each trip a journey of self-discovery.
(dist. by Trafalgar Square)
A Reader's Guide to Writers' Britain, New Edition (Sept., $24.95) by Sally Varlow locates authors' homes and discusses the landscapes that inspired them.
FLEMING H. REVELL
The Christian Traveler's Companion to Europe (Feb., $14.99) by Amy Eckert and Bill Petersen cites Christian history.
Sailing to Hemingway's Cuba (Oct., $19.95) by Dave Schaefer offers a glimpse into Cuban culture and the life of a literary legend.
Cruise Savvy: An Invaluable Primer for First-Time Passengers (Oct., $17.95) by John Maxtone-Graham reveals everything a passenger needs to know to pick the perfect cruise.
Living in Tuscany (Sept., $21.95) by Leonardo Castellucci, photos by Gian Luigi Scarfiotti, brings the Tuscan sights and scents alive.
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The Hidden Inns of Wales (Oct., $9.95) by Joanna Billing showcases inns and pubs and provides historical facts and landmarks.
The Royal Road to Romance (Oct., $14.95) by Richard Halliburton chronicles what happened when the author chose adventure over a career; part of the new Travelers' Tales Classic line.
Pilgrimage: Adventures of the Spirit (Nov., $16.95), edited by Sean O'Reilly and James O'Reilly, showcases spirit-renewing journeys.
Salon.com's Wanderlust: Real Life Tales of Adventure and Romance (Oct., $14.95), edited by Don George, offers the best from the Web site's adventure stories.
Reprint: Passage to Juneau: A Sea and Its Meanings (Nov., $15) by Jonathan Raban.
NEIL WILSON PUBLISHING
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Scotch Missed: The Lost Distilleries of Scotland (Sept., $15) by Brian Townsend details the remnants and ruins of almost every Victorian distillery in Scotland.
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Best Restaurants in New York (Sept., $9.95) by Anthony Case Diaz. Bon Appetit magazine's wine and spirits editor presents a comprehensive guide.
The Philadelphia Inquirer's Guide to Historic Philadelphia (Nov., $14.95) by Edward Colimore presents 12 walking tours of the city's most historic areas.
DOWN EAST BOOKS
Moving to Maine: The Essential Guide to Get You There (Sept., $14.95) by Victoria Doudera includes information on communities, taxes, jobs, government, recreation and more.
The World-Famous Alaska Highway: A Guide to the ALCAN & Other Wilderness Roads of the North (Sept., $21.95) by Tricia Brown details routes, driving conditions, historic sites, places to hike, bike, fish and more.
GLOVE BOX GUIDES
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Thirsty?: A Guide to LA's Greatest Coffeehouses, Juice Bars, and Cocktail Bars! (Sept., $12.95), edited by Nina Wiener, tells where to get a shot of caffeine, a thirst-quencher or a smart drink.
Atlanta (Oct., $15.95) by Ann Carroll Burgess is a new addition to the Alive! series, which captures the spirit of the destination.
Reprint: Adventure Guides: The Appalachians & Great Smoky Mountains, 2nd edition (Oct., $16.95) by Blair Howard
A Traveller's History of the U.S.A. (Dec., $14.95) by Dan McInerney begins with the lay of the land and the cultures of its first inhabitants; part of the Traveller's History series.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: American Diner Then and Now (Nov., $19.95) by Richard J.S. Gutman
Traveling the Underground Railroad: A Visitor's Guide to More Than 300 Sites (Oct., $16.95) by Bruce Chadwick offers an account of the underground railroad, with information on sites open to the public.
Washington, D.C. (Feb., $15.99) by Laura Harger covers the capital's museums and monuments, where to go after dark and more.
Pets Welcome: National Edition 2001-2002 (Feb., $19.95) by Millennium Books editors rates pet-friendly establishments (3 paws, 4 paws, or 5 paws) and provides names of nearby veterinarians and other vital information. 40,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo.
New to the National Geographic Traveler series: Hawaii by Rita Ariyoshi, Los Angeles by Marael Johnson and New Orleans by Mark Miller (Sept., $22.95 each).
OREGON STATE UNIV. PRESS
Exploring Oregon's Historic House Museums (Oct., $19.95) by Kathleen M. Wiederhold is a guide to these celebrated establishments.
Reprint: States of Mind (Jan., $13.95) by Brad Herzog
PRINCETON UNIV. PRESS
The Campus Guides:Cranbrook (Feb., $24.95) by Kathryn Bishop Eckert provides an insider's tour for Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; others in the series cover the University of Washington and Rice University.
TEN SPEED PRESS
The Moonlight Chronicles: A Wandering Artist's Journal (Sept., $12.95) by Dan Price. Hobo-artist Price records his travels through New York City, Hell's Canyon and the Sierras.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Reprint: Out West: A Journey Through Lewis and Clark's America (Sept., $18.95) by Dayton Duncan
UNIV. PRESS OF FLORIDA
Miami's Parrot Jungle and Gardens (Nov., $12.95) by Cory H. Gittner tells the story of this popular tourist attraction.
Reprint: Up for Grabs: A Trip Through Time and Space in the Sunshine State (Dec., $19.95) by John Rothchild.
Miami: A CityLife Pictorial Guide (Oct.; $16.95, cloth $24.95) by Joann Biondi; photos by Tony Arruza, provides a complete tour of the city.
Haunted Texas Vacations: The Complete Ghostly Guide (Sept., $19.95) by Lisa Farwell takes visitors to spooky spots.
Colorado Hut to Hut, Vol. 1 and 2 (Oct., $22.95 each) by Brian Litz. Volume 1 covers northern and central Colorado; Volume 2 details southern Colorado.
Rock-Art of the Southwest: A Visitor's Companion (Sept., $14.95) by Liz and Peter Welsh shows how to look at Native American rock-art in new ways.
National Trust Guide/San Francisco: America's Guide for Architecture and History Travelers (Oct., $19.95) by Peter Booth Wiley is an illustrated guide.
War & Military
War Crimes and Collective Wrongdoing (Jan.; $24.95, cloth $59.95) by Aleksandar Jokic compiles essays that address war crimes, nationalism, ethnic cleansing and collective responsibility.
Korea on the Brink: A Memoir of Political Intrigue and Military Crisis (Sept., $21.95) by John A. Wickham Jr. reveals how a second Korean War was averted in the late 1970s.
Brassey's Book of More Military Blunders (Oct., $21.95) by Geoffrey Regan surveys deadly decisions made during land combat.
Reprint: Crimson Sky: The Air Battle for Korea (Sept., $18.95) by John R. Bruning.
BURD STREET PRESS
Cry Heart: Stories and Memoirs from the Confederacy (Sept., $19.95) by Lee Jacobs compiles stories from Southern generals, soldiers and civilians.
Lee and His Generals: The Ultimate Trivia Book (Sept., $8.95) by Wendy Sauers amasses more than 800 questions and answers.
The Pacific War Encyclopedia (Sept., $24.95) by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Nofi presents an A-Z reference on WWII's Pacific theater.
Utah Beach (Oct., $16.95) by Carl Shilleto studies the fighting at the Normandy beach and the nearby 82nd and 101st Airborne landing sites.
The Crater: Petersburg (Nov., $16.95) by John Cannan features then-and-now coverage of the site of the Civil War's biggest explosion.
Reprint: Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage (Oct., $14) by Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew.
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The Aviator's Apprentice: Part One of the Turner Logs (Sept., $18.95) by Chris Davey begins a new series featuring Will Turner's adventures as a pilot, from the dawn of aviation to contemporary times. $25,000 ad/promo.
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS
The Burning of Washington: The British Invasion of 1814 (Sept., $17.95) by Anthony S. Pitch.
Pen & Sword
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Airfields & Airmen: Ypres (Sept., $16.95) by Michael O'Connor is a guide to the airfields, battle and crash sites and monuments of the air war over WWI's western front.
Reprints: Death Ground: Today's American Infantry in Battle (Sept., $19.95) by Daniel P. Bolger; What They Didn't Teach You About World War II (Nov., $17.95) by Mike Wright.
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Reprint: The Battle of Britian (Sept., $34.95) by Richard Townshend Bickers.
The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites (Nov., $18.95) by William G. Thomas and Alice E. Carter guides surfers to the best Web sites. Ad/promo.
The Human Tradition in the World War II Era (Oct., $18.95), edited by Malcolm Muir Jr., looks at the American war experience through biographical sketches of people in uniform and on the home front. Ad/promo.
UNIV. PRESS OF KENTUCKY
Reprint: Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid Through Alabama and Georgia (Oct., $18) by James Pickett Jones.
WHITE MANE BOOKS
Inside Nurnberg (Nov., $14.95) by Roy A. Martin, M.D., describes the author's experiences while serving as a U.S. army physician, caring for the top 21 Nazi leaders.
It's a Chick Thing: Celebrating the Wild Side of Women's Friendship (Sept., $15.95) by Emily Miles Terry and Ame Mahler Beanland offers 40 stories about experiences that strengthen women's friendships.
COOPER SQUARE PRESS
Reprint: R v. Wade, Updated Edition (Dec., $18.95) by Marian Faux.
Reprint: In Our Time: Memoir of a Revolution (Nov., $14.95) by Susan Brownmiller.
Harvard univ. press
Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman (Nov., $16.95) by Marjorie Shostak tells the story of Nisa, a member of the !Kung tribe from Africa's Kalahari desert.
Diary of a Modern-Day Goddess (Oct., $10.95) by Cynthia Daddona contains essays and advice on living a spiritual life. 25,000 first printing. 12-city author tour. TV/radio appearances.
What Will I Do with the Rest of My Life? (Oct., $10) by Brenda Poinsett explodes myths about middle-aged women and encourages a sense of purpose after age 40. 15,000 first printing.
NEW HORIZON PRESS
Older Women Younger Men: New Options for Love and Romance (Sept., $14.95) by Felicia Brings and Susan Winter discusses why relationships between older women and younger men often succeed. 20-city radio/TV tour.
OHIO UNIV. PRESS
My Sisters Telegraphic: Women in the Telegraph Office, 1846-1950 (Nov.; $21.95, cloth $49.95) by Thomas C. Jepsen. The work and lives of women telegraph operators are placed within the context of technology's growth.
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Prostitution and Feminism (Jan.; $24.95, cloth $59.95) by Maggie O'Neill explores the theoretical debates on prostitution.
Legacies of the Comfort Women of WW II (Dec.; $23.95, cloth $55), edited by Margaret D. Stetz and Bonnie B.C. Oh, studies the issues raised by the former comfort women.
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV. PRESS
Rape, Battery, Incest--Women Writing Out the Pain (Oct., $17.95), edited by Betty K. Harris, collects autobiographical essays about how women have transcended the violence of their past.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Reprint: Women and Desire: Beyond Wanting to Be Wanted (Nov., $13) by Polly Young-Eisendrath.
UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS
Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique: The American Left, the Cold War and Modern Feminism (Sept., $18.95) by Daniel Horowitz reevaluates the work of the feminist leader.
UNIV. OF MINNESOTA PRESS
Further to Fly: Black Women and the Politics of Empowerment (Nov., $17.95) by Sheila Radford-Hill describes how feminism has neglected African-American women.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
Women Escaping Violence: Empowerment Through Narrative (Nov., $17.50) by Elaine J. Lawless compiles battered women's stories as told in their own words.
UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Captain Ahab Had a Wife: New England Women and the Whalefishery (Oct.; $19.95, cloth $45) by Lisa Norling is a social history of maritime women during the 18th and 19th centuries.
UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
The Female Circumcision Controversy: An Anthropological Perspective (Dec.; $24.95, cloth $55) by Ellen Gruenbaum takes a scientific approach to the cultural practice.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Shaping Our Mothers' World: American Women's Magazines (Nov.; $18, cloth $45) by Nancy A. Walker examines 1940s and '50s periodicals to uncover the source of the "happy homemaker" myth.
Reprint: The Vagina Monologues: The V-Day Edition (Feb., $13.95) by Eve Ensler.